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Patrick J. Adams, Meghan Markle’s ‘Suits’ Husband, Teases Movie

The “Suits” universe endures.

After the series blew up on Netflix last year and a spinoff was announced, some cast members teased a possible “Suits” movie when they gathered Sunday at the ATX TV Festival in Austin, USA. Texas.

Patrick J. Adams, who played Meghan Markle’s on-screen husband Mike Ross, said he thought creator Aaron Korsh, who is working on the spinoff, would be on board with a movie.

The cast of “Suits”. Frank Ockenfels/USA Network

“Yes, and I say this being a person who has no power or authority, but obviously there is a show ‘Suits: LA’ that is being made that is the focus of Aaron’s attention. I think he would agree,” Adams, 42, said.

“But it’s definitely something he’s interested in, trying to get the group together.”

Adams added: “So it depends on a million things if it can happen, but is it possible? I think that it is possible.

Patrick J. Adams at the 2024 iHeartPodcast Awards. Getty Images for iHeartRadio
Patrick J. Adams, Meghan Markle and Gabriel Macht in “Suits.” NBCU/NBCUniversal Photo Bank via Getty Images

The actor explained the possibility of a “Suits” movie while speaking to Entertainment Tonight at the event.

“I don’t want to speak for Aaron, but his motivation is always the story, and if he stays there and comes up with something that really excites him, whether it’s with these characters or new characters like “Suits: LA.” – then when he’s motivated by something, something big happens. “

Partrick J. Adams in “Suits.” Ian Watson/USA Network

Adams continued, “I know from him that he’s excited about the idea of ​​some kind of movie format for us, but, you know, I think his main job is to get ‘Suits: LA’ off the ground in this moment.

Sarah Rafferty and Dulé Hill, who were also present at the ATX TV Festival, as well as Abigail Spencer and Amanda Schull, confirmed that they would be there with a reunion film.

“Oh my God, we would have so much fun,” Rafferty, 51, told ET.

“That would be awesome,” Hill, 49, said. “I’m just going to post this.”

Gabriel Macht and Sarah Rafferty in “Suits”.

It was also announced on Sunday that the ninth and final season of “Suits” would arrive on Netflix on July 1.

The first eight seasons landed on the streamer last year, leading to the series’ incredible resurgence in popularity.

Markle, 42, had a starring role on the series as Rachel Zane before quitting acting when she got engaged to Prince Harry.

Patrick J. Adams and Meghan Markle in “Suits.” NBCU/NBCUniversal Photo Bank via Getty Images
Patrick J. Adams and Meghan Markle in “Suits.” Shane Mahood/USA Network

The Duchess of Sussex reacted to the newfound success of “Suits” at Variety’s Women In Power event in November.

“It was great to work on such an amazing cast and crew,” she shared. “We had a really fun time. I stayed there for seven seasons, so not bad.

“But it’s hard to find a show where you can binge-watch that many episodes these days, so that might have something to do with it. But good shows last forever,” she added.

Patrick J. Adams and Meghan Markle. NBCU/NBCUniversal Photo Bank via Getty Images

The “Suits” spinoff, “Suits LA,” was officially announced in February, starring “Arrow” star Stephen Amell in the lead role.

The upcoming series is expected to include all-new characters and will be set in Los Angeles, unlike “Suits,” which was set in New York.

Stephen Amell stars in “Suits: LA.” Getty Images

According to NBC’s description, the plot revolves around “Ted Black, a former New York federal prosecutor,” who “reinvented himself by representing the most powerful clients in Los Angeles.” “

“His business is at a crisis point and, to survive, he must assume a role he has held in defiance of his entire career.”

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